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chartered bank

chartered bank

chartered bank

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Bank Charter Act (1844)

Bank Charter Act (1844)

Bank Charter Act (1844)

chartered bank (Banking; USA)

Bank Charter Act

Bank Charter Act (1844)

Bank Chartering and Political Corruption In Antebellum New York Free Banking as Reform

WOOD, Peter Anthony (born 1943), Finance Director, Standard Chartered Bank, 1993–2000

COCKBURN, William (Robert Marshall) (1891 - 1957), Director, The Chartered Bank, since 1955

PUGH, Idwal (Vaughan) (1918 - 2010), Chairman, Chartered Trust Ltd, 1979–88; Director: Standard Chartered Bank, 1979–88; Halifax Building Society, 1979–88

LEACH, Ronald (George) (1907 - 1996), Chairman: Standard Chartered Bank (CI), since 1980; Standard Chartered Trust (CI) Ltd, since 1980

CASTLEMAN, Christopher Norman Anthony (1941 - 2006), Advisory Director, Standard Chartered Bank, since 2001; Senior Adviser, UBS Investment Bank (formerly UBS Warburg), since 2001

GATES, Sylvester Govett (1901 - 1972), Chairman: International Commercial Bank, since 1967; Tecalemit Ltd; Deputy Chairman: National Westminster Bank, since 1968; Standard Bank; Director, Standard & Chartered Banking Group Ltd

TAYLOR, Robert (Mackinlay) (1912 - 1985), Chairman, Thomas Tilling Ltd, 1976–83; Senior Deputy Chairman: Standard Chartered Bank plc, 1974–83; Standard Bank, 1974–83; Chartered Bank, 1974–83; Director: Standard Bank Investment Corporation, Johannesburg, 1974–83; Standard Bank of South Africa, 1974–83

PEACE, John (Wilfred) (born 1949), Chairman: Burberry, since 2002; Standard Chartered plc (formerly Standard Chartered Bank), 2009–16 (Deputy Chairman, 2007–09); Lord-Lieutenant for Nottinghamshire, since 2012

 

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A bank in the USA that is authorized to operate as a bank by a charter granted either by its home state (state-chartered bank) or by the federal government ( nationally chartered bank). In Canada, a similar charter is granted to banks by the Comptroller of Currency. The use of charters dates back to the use of Royal Charters, which predated Acts of Parliament.

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